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President Museveni Needs To Graduate From A Monologue To Dialogue – Former State House Spy Warns



Mr. Rwomushana

President Museveni has been advised to embrace dialogue if this country is to have meaningful progress.

Appearing on NBS Frontline talk show, on Thursday evening, former State House spy Charles Rwomushana said the country is gripped with generalized violence and many other  acts of criminality but to his surprise, the head of state is not considering the advice and opinions from other stake holders, which is dragging the country further into crisis.

“Mr. Museveni has said that there is Kawukumi, Kawukumi is a bean weevil. if a bean seed is eaten by Kawukumi does that bean germinate? The security apparatus of Uganda was eaten by a bean weevil. The state of Nation address is the representation of the report of the state and its entire cabinet and what does it say, that we have got insurgents in Congo preserved by the UN. What did you do to the UN?  Why are they preserving these insurgents who are now operating in the interior lines, People are dying from generalized violence and all that Mr. Museveni is doing is to monologue yet the elders are saying please graduate to a dialogue,”  Mr. Rwomushana said.

The State minister of Housing Hon. Chris Baryomunsi responded to Mr. Rwomushana that the country was not at its Knees or in any political crisis as alleged by opposition politicians. He said that the National Resistance Movement (NRM) was elected for five years and as government, they are putting much emphasis on service delivery and fulfilling their Manifesto.

“National Dialogue is not a process drive by neither the NRM nor the government.  I was in Entebbe for a meeting and some people were engaging us on the decision that we made in parliament especially the age limit bill but I told them to wait and see, so what happened was an overwhelming victory in the Local Council 1 elections. So, there is no crisis and we still have the constitutional order,” Baryomunsi said.

Democratic Party (DP) President General Hon. Nobart Mao said that one day, when Uganda is in conflict, everyone will advocate for dialogue because it seems the time for that is not yet mature.

“These elders have lived longer than any of us, witnessed the turbulence in this country and if an elder says you need to go to hospital, it means you are sick and I believe as a student of conflict, lived in a conflicted area and even participated for a very long time, I can tell you that one day we shall all call for dialogue,” Mao said.

He added, “Anyway, it is up to the incumbent regime to put an end to this scenario and either accept that we must put first things first and I insist, you cannot think of wearing a nice shoe when you have a thorn in your foot. That thorn has to be removed but this thing is not in our hands.”

Salaam Musumba, a member of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) said that this country was suffering from disorientation. “You see when a country is disoriented, they can’t tell where these issues are coming from. My dear it is governance that has brought this,” Said Ms. Musumba.

Maggie Kigozi who represented the elder’s forum in the debate said that a lot of nationwide consultation were made and they discovered that politics is not the only problem affecting the country like most politicians allege.

Ms. Maggie Kigozi said that every region has its own problem and demands. “I read those list of items not just only Politics but people have a lot of issues, people of Apaa will say the land, People of Bunyoro talked about the Oil and many others, all these were compiled as a result of the nationwide consultations that we made. We need to be focused and work on the systems, the service delivery systems; the election model and the election review commission. I know most of you still have grievances from past elections,” she added.

She said that they (as Elders Council) expect the dialogue to commence and they expect the president to bless the launch of dialogue and come the 21st of this month.

However, Buhwejju County legislator Hon. Francis Mwijukye, who subscribes to FDC party said that according to Maggie Kigozi’s submission, the dialogue was a waste of time because she has not appreciated that there was a crisis in this country. “Why do we have people who can come and chase 200 people from land and they are protected? And the minister of lands does nothing instead it’s the president moving up and down.

At the end of the day we are in a situation where there is a leadership crisis, people are dying, you saw how someone (Kawooya) was arrested in broad day light and the president comes out saying that he was trying to a bite a soldier,” Mwijukye added.


By Remmy Atugonza



Government Officials Are Stealing Ugandans “Taamu Egenda” – Bobi Wine Responds To Bank Of Uganda Saga



Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine has warned Ugandans to be careful because government officials are stealing everything “Taamu Egenda” style.
In a post on his Facebook page, the People Power movement boss says that government officials are using their political power to receive kickbacks, bribes, and special favors at the expense of the population.
Below is his post verbatim:

Kleptocracy is a government with corrupt leaders (kleptocrats) who use their power to exploit the people and natural resources of their own territory in order to extend their personal wealth and political powers. It is rule by a class of thieves. This system involves embezzlement of funds at the expense of the wider population. A kleptocracy is a government ruled by corrupt politicians who use their political power to receive kickbacks, bribes, and special favors at the expense of the population. Kleptocrats may use political leverage to pass laws that enrich them and they usually circumvent the rule of law.
As the vast majority of Ugandan citizens continue to struggle to even afford a decent meal and as poverty levels continue to rise, Bank of Uganda officials printed 90 billion shillings in excess and took it out of Entebbe airport for their personal use.
After 33 years in power, it is now an understatement to call president Museveni’s government a mere dictatorship. It graduated from that stage a long time ago and is now a fully grown kleptocracy. Like it was in Zaire under Mobutu, government officials are stealing with reckless abandon- ‘taamu egenda’ style! Of course they have learnt from the best- the very head of state who treats the national treasury as his personal property! This is the real state of our nation. Oh Uganda, may God uphold thee!

By Doreen Menezer


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You Cannot Exchange The Current Regime With Hooligans – MP Nsereko Blast Bobi Wine’s People Power



Kampala Central Member of Parliament (MP) Muhammad Nsereko has branded People Power movement members as hooligans over the way they attack anyone who tries to show them the right path to leadership.

In a heated live chat with music promotor Andrew Bajjo alias Bajjo event, a strong People Power supporter, Nsereko schooled him and all People Power supporters that what Ugandans want right now is a united opposition not one individual.

First, Bajjo revealed that he has spent a week in Kamuli district and established that people are tired of Kadaga because she has over stayed in parliament and failed to change their living conditions.

“Nsereko, I can bet my hand to be chopped off if Kadaga returns to parliament. People in Kamuli are tired of that old woman, they want new blood. I was there recently, people of kamuli are very poor. They cannot even afford to get 4000 shillings to enter a musical show.

I swear Kadaga will not cross that Jinja bridge because people are tired,” the music promotor stated.

He boasted that as People Power movement, they are planning to solve the Kamuli problem by bringing a youthful Moses Bigirwa (DP) to replace Kadaga.

MP Nsereko immediately intervened and educated Bajjo that Bigirwa can’t replace Kadaga in Kamuli because he is not a woman. Nsereko also swore that Kadaga will retain her sit. The outspoken Bajjo boasted that the country is tired of politicians like MP Nsereko who survive on confusion and mismanaging of public affairs and it’s the reason they are yearning for fresh blood like Kyadondo East MP Robert Kaygulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi wine.

Bajjo said that he speaks for the poor Ugandans who cannot afford paying school fees of 20,000 (twenty thousand shillings).

He pleaded with Nsereko to join people power camp instead of undermining MP Kyagulanyi because of his background. Bajjo also wondered why Nsereko from Kkobe clan and Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago are fighting Kyagulanyi and supporting Kizza Besigye who he claims is a Museveni project to keep him in power. MP Nsereko rubbished Bajjo’s claims and educated him that leaders are trained, tested and supervised.

He told Bajjo and the people power group must understand what is on the ground and what can help them take power instead of fighting the people they have found in the struggle for change.

“People are asking the opposition to come together, we are not promoting that kind of individualism you want to promote,” MP Nsereko said. He told Bajjo to go and tell his friends in People Power to accept that they need other people to change Uganda’s political situation and that they must accept the debate to choose the person to be fronted for presidency in the next general election.

The Kampala central legislator said that there’s no way you can exchange the current regime with hooligans adding that whoever speaks truth about Bobi Wine becomes a victim of insults and abuses.

“As people in power, I strongly believe that the future of Uganda’s opposition has been buried never to resurrect,” Nsereko added.

He said that he has on several occasions been engaged in a verbal exchange with people power diehards who claim that he is working for president Museveni and they have already chosen Kyagulanyi’s brother Fred Nyanzi to replace him as a MP for Kampala central.

By Jamil Lutakome


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There Are Two Governments Controlling Uganda, Museveni Fears The Inner Government because They Can Overthrow Him – Mirundi Reveals



President Museveni’s adviser on media Joseph Tamale Mirundi has revealed that there are two governments controlling Uganda’s state affairs.

Mirundi,  who was responding to Buganda King Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II’s remarks of failing to accord Masaka Municipality city status  said that the Kabaka’s statement was a sign that Buganda MPs are sleeping and they are not helping Buganda kingdom to develop.

“You know these mafias in government think that in denying Masaka city status, they were humiliating vice president Kiwanuka Ssekandi, but they were even creating trouble for president Museveni in the upcoming general election. Now the Kabaka is asking you Ruth Nakabirwa who sat on the sharing table, how are you helping Buganda.  Now those Buganda caucus MPs are panicking,” Mirundi said.

He boasted that if he was the one behind such a project, he would have used a political criterion and dropped other factors because how can one deny all Buganda municipalities city status and promote others. He argued that the president is likely to lose out in Buganda in the next general election.

He added that, “It’s here in Buganda where fishermen are being killed on the lake by the army, now you are denying them city status, Museveni will find it hard campaigning in these areas because people know that he is the one behind all those atrocities.”

Mirundi revealed that the problem with Museveni’s government is that there are two governments both formidable and Museveni fears the mafias in government who he can’t control because when he tries to discipline them, they will overthrow his government. Mirundi said that the inner government within Museveni’s government are very deadly and sometimes force Museveni to follow their orders and whoever tries to stand in their way he or she has to face it.

Mirundi mentioned the causalities of the inner Museveni’s government. He said they include former Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director Jennifer Musisi, Inspector General of Government (IGG) justice Irene Mulyagonja, fired Inspector General of Police (IGP) Gen Kale Kayihura, land probe boss justice Catherine Bamugemereire and himself. The Kalagala born political analyst revealsed that the inner government within Museveni’s government are very malicious and they destroy everyone who tries to worker for the interests of Museveni because they are after nothing else but Money.

He warned that because Museveni fears them, it’s the reason he is forced to humiliate in public people who try to work for his interest. He predicted that it will be the next government to punish them miserably because Museveni fears them.

Mirundi advised the victims of Museveni’s inner government to leave government and go and do other things like he did because if they decided to work with mafias in the inner government they will also be punished in the next government. He said that mafias are using money to control everything including the next government after the downfall of Museveni’s government. Mirundi said this while appearing on the famous one on one with Tamale Mirundi on NBS TV.

During his official tour of Buddu county, the Kabaka expressed his dissatisfaction at how Masaka municipality failed to pass the city status mark. The King said that it was unfair to leave out Masaka, he promised to hire city experts to analyze the factors that are hindering Masaka municipality from becoming a city and why it was left behind.

By Jamil Lutakome


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